Redwood Lodge has been meeting in Surrey for over 100 years and can claim to be one of the oldest lodges in the province. We have been meeting in Glenmore House in Surbiton since 1921. Freemasonry means so much to its members, and we hope to use this site to put some myths to rest, tell people what we are up to, and perhaps encourage others to join.
We are a secular society open to men of any race, religion, political belief and status. . .
There are 250,000 Freemasons, who have formed 8,000 lodges in England, Wales and overseas. They are governed by The United Grand Lodge Of England (UGLE) based out of Freemasons Hall in London. Everyone of those Freemasons will have their own reasons for joining, and continuing to attend meetings. For some its about meeting new friends and expanding their social circle. Others want to help charities and those less fortunate. Some appreciate the history of this most ancient order.
For all, it is an enjoyable hobby.